Question about Technics SL-1200MK2 Turntable
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You have not given much information, however if you're not sure how to go abvout changing a fuse I would suggesst you take it to a professional\electrician to do this for you. It would be irresponsible of anyone to advise you to do otherwise and potentionaly put your life and equipment in danger. Fuses blow for a reason, so an electrician\specialist will be able to test the item for you to ensure it is safe.
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